Saturday, March 17, 2018

Bodines Stream Gauge

County Stream Gauge Details 

     Lycoming Creek

Gauge Site:
     Camp Susque
       Also called "Near Trout Run"
      (Stream Gauge 5103)

Caution Stage:

 9.0 ft.
Camp Susque stream gauge, Lycoming Creek watershed
Camp Susque Gauge
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 Historical information 

9.0 ft. on the Camp Susque gauge has historically been used as the benchmark for the Caution Stage Elevation for the Lycoming Creek Watershed.

At 10.0 ft. on the Camp Susque gauge Haleeka Campground and low areas of Lycoming Creek started to flood in past events.

At 11.0 ft. on the Camp Susque gauge the road to Deerfoot Trailer Park, west of #4 Bridge started to flood over McKee Road in past events.

At 13.0 ft. on the Camp Susque gauge East Cottage Avenue Area of Old Lycoming Township started to flood in past events.

At 14.0 ft to 16.0 ft. on the Camp Susque gauge moderate to severe flooding has occurred on entire Lycoming Creek watershed in past events.

In past events, the stream level at #4 Bridge has crested at the same elevation as Camp Susque but approximately (2) two hours later.



         Crests at this site  

 22.68 ft.


 20.19 ft.

6/23/1972 (Agnes)

 20.06 ft.

9/8/2011 (Lee) 

17.0 ft.

9/26/1975 (Eloise)

 17.08 ft.


 15.9 ft.


 15.9 ft.


 15.64 ft.

9/18/2004 (Ivan)

 14.4 ft.


13.62 ft.


 13.37 ft.


13.31 ft.


13.2 ft.


13.18 ft. 


11.17 ft.


10.48 ft.


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